CABSOpens in new window Center for Applied Biotechnology Studies

The mission of CABS is to provide research, educational and consulting opportunities and services to the local and state biotechnology/biomedical communities through its applied research programs and workforce-oriented curriculum.

CATALYST CENTEROpens in new window :

The Catalyst Center for the Advancement of Research in Teaching and Learning Math and Science brings together science and math education experts from the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics and College of Education. Below is information on recent news, featured Catalyst member projects, and upcoming events of interest to Catalyst members and the broader campus community.

CCAMOpens in new window Center for Computational & Applied Mathematics

The Center for Computational and Applied Mathematics (CCAM) serves to encourage and facilitate research, education, and outreach in computational mathematics and science through interdisciplinary collaborations of a diverse group of faculty, students, and external partners.

Desert Studies CenterOpens in new window

The Desert Studies Center (DSC) is a field station of the California State University, located within the Mojave National Preserve, at the oasis of Soda Springs (aka: Zzyzx). The DSC is centrally located within a region of diverse geological, biological, and cultural resources, and provides support facilities for those engaged in research or academic field studies in a rich variety of disciplines.

GWPACOpens in new window Gravitational Wave Physics & astronomy center

The Gravitational-Wave Physics and Astronomy Center was established to conduct research, education, and outreach in gravitational-wave astronomy, physics, and astrophysics. GWPAC involves students and scientists from a variety of backgrounds. We help train the next generation of leaders in gravitational-wave science, a dynamic and growing field, and promote a diverse gravitational-wave community.  The research of our students, faculty, and staff will expand our knowledge of the universe through gravitational-wave observations. We will work together to communicate exciting new scientific developments to the public